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Security: Google Meet for Education will auto-block users who don’t log in

Security: Google Meet for Education will auto-block users who don’t log in

Google Meet for Education wants to prevent “zoombombing.” G Suite for Education meetings will block anonymous users by default, the company announced today. Users will have to be logged in to a Google account to join a call. This should keep trolls from crashing virtual classrooms and school meetings.As you may remember, at the beginning…

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IPhone: How to Claim a $25 Credit in the ‘iPhone Throttling’ Lawsuit

IPhone: How to Claim a $25 Credit in the ‘iPhone Throttling’ Lawsuit

Photo: Leszek Kobusinski (Shutterstock)Remember back in 2017, when Apple came out and admitted that it was throttling iOS devices with degraded batteries? The decision—which the company claimed was all about improving battery life—led to a class-action lawsuit and an eventual $500 million settlement. The terms of the settlement provide cash payments “of approximately $25 per…

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